ROME, March 28 (Reuters) - Some 100 activists protesting against the Iraq war blocked access to a refinery of Eni's AGIP in central Italy for three hours on Friday morning, disrupting tanker deliveries, a protester said. "We stopped access to the installation, blocked car parks and held up a peace banner saying, 'Put sand, not oil in the engines of war'," Francesco Auletta, one of the protesters, told Reuters from the refinery in Stagno in Tuscany. Eni officials had no immediate comment. ...
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